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death of valerie hamilton. a 23-year-old swim coach who walked into a north carolina bar one night and was found dead days later, stuffed into a storage locker. the prime suspect, a convicted sex offender. with each new detail from the investigation, new questions. not only about how she died, but also, how she lived. her father, a police chief, now not only grieves for her, he's also defending her, as yunji de nies reports. >> this is not a murder. there's murder at all. she overdosed in her sleep. >> she didn't sound like she was on anything. she didn't sound like she was drunk. >> he woke up and she was dead. >> reporter: what do you think happened that night? >> you know, i don't know. we may never know. we may never know what happened. >> reporter: what merl hamilton does know is that his daughter was found dead in this storage locker after a late night with this registered sex offender with a lengthy criminal record, including rape, breaking and entering, and drug possession. do you think that he killed your daughter? >> i don't know. i don't know enough about it to say that
. i'm valerie brown with the lower hate neighborhood organization. we are here today at the neighborhood empowerment network to talk about safety on your streets. this actual workshop is what we call a 30,000 feet aerial view of what we do. the lower haight motd we created a few models for safety and some are complex and a lot of information. we are going to give you just a little bit of this today. we will talk about how to connect with the different city agencies, your supervisors, your captain at our station. the city attorney's office and beat officers or street officers. one of the things that i would like toit introduce the panel. captain from northern station. regina from the legislative aid of ross mirkarimi one of our supervisors. from the da's office. the president of our merchant's association of the lower haight. ron, a beat officer and antoine another beat officer. the city attorney was at our morning session this morning and had to leave. regina and i work with the city attorneys office and will talk about that today in the lower haight or modo is to bui
immediately start laying some semblance of blame on the victim. >> reporter: valerie hamilton went missing a week ago wednesday. she was seen leaving a local bar with michael harvey. when she didn't show up to her job as a swim instructor friends and coworkers began to worry. >> it's not like her to not show up and not let us know that i'm sick or my car's broken or i had something else going on. >> reporter: we felt it. i think the police side of me knew and the father side was hoping that something -- anything. valerie did make at least one phone call after leaving the bar at around 3:00 a.m. to her friend, ashley barton. >> she's like, what are you doing? i'm laying in bed, sleeping. and she was like can you come out to the hot tub with me and my friend? >> reporter: late saturday night -- >> i'm sad to report that we have recovered the body of miss hamilton. >> reporter: police gave few details, saying that her body was wrapped in material and that the cause of death was not immediately obvious. the next morning, the police chief thrust his daughter's case into the
in the murder of his daughter, valerie hamilton. >> a suspect was arrested in western new york in the case but in the days since her murder there are still many questions. yunji de nies reports. >> this is not a murder. there's no murder at all. she overdosed in her sleep. >> she didn't sound like she was on anything. she didn't sound like she was drunk. >> we woke up and she was dead. >> what do you think happened that night? >> you know, i don't know. we may never know. we may never know what happened. >> reporter: what concord police chief merl hamilton does know, his daughter valerie was found dead in this storage locker after a late night with michael neil harvey, a registered sex offender with a lengthy criminal record, including rape, breaking and entering, and drug possession. >> do you think that he killed your daughter? >> i don't know. i don't know enough about it to say that. i think if he wasn't with my daughter that night, she would be alive. >> reporter: but now hamilton finds himself having to answer questions about the lifestyle his daughter led. >> it's very, very unfortu
that could ever happen to you. >> reporter: it was the end of summer, niquel and her sister, valerie, wanted to go outside and play. valerie is blind so walking down 82nd and exchange, she kept her hand tucked in her big sister's back pocket. she bent down to tie valerie's shoes only to fall to the ground with a bullet in her chest. she took her last breath on the sidewalk, and valerie was right beside her. today, valerie is a curious 7-year-old. she's doing well in school. >> unos, dos, tres. >> reporter: but when she gets home, she can't sleep. there are the memories. >> she asks, well, what are they doing up there now in heaven. >> reporter: and for this entire family, a void that can't be filled. [crying] >> it's like your worst nightmare coming true. >> reporter: erica submit schmidt is a psycho therapist and says families caught in chicago's violence are forced to accept a loss that is so unacceptable. >> you're always weary and vigilant for something happening again. it's very hard to relax and to be calm and feel that the world is a safe place. >> reporter: niquel's mother and grandm
. >> reporter: valerie hamilton was a swim coach who loved her students. a 23-year-old with a shining smile. >> she was somebody everyone wanted to be around. she'd light up a room when she walked in. >> reporter: but on sunday, investigators found hamilton's body stuffed in a storage locker. >> i'm very sad to report that we've recovered the body of miss valerie hamilton. >> reporter: hamilton's father is a police chief with 23 years on the force. valerie hamilton went missing on wednesday after a late night at a bar in charlotte. her car was found in the parking lot. and friends began to worry when she didn't come to work. >> it's just not like her to not show up and not let us know. >> reporter: police say hamilton was last seen at the bar with michael neal harvey, a registered sex offender with a lengthy criminal record. including a rape conviction in 1996. police also have their eyes on the road. they believe harvey is driving a 1996 chevrolet blazer with north carolina license plates. they've been looking for him for days. so by now, he could be miles away from charlotte. as police wr
's progressive. call or click today. >>> the man who blew valeri plame's cover, scooter libby, speaks out on the greatest injustice so far. what happened to scooter libby. >>> time for tonight's worst person's in the world. the wrong john king in china. she's sued 200 residents of that city after a street accident. i was walking on the foot path under the building, she says, and suddenly a heavy object hit my head. i remember nothing afterwards. it was a falling cat. she needed hospitalization and sued everybody in the apartment building. the cat was kill in the car, validating the old cliche. so one would hope all 200 people in the apartment sue her for killing their cat with her head. >>> runners up, sister bendy straws. what are the two waciest snake oil salesmen doing? performing together in public in anchorage to, in palin's words, commemorate 9/11 by getting you to spend $225 for a prime location in their hall in a meet and greet. it's $775 for the cheap sheets. it's for a good cause. according to the hill, there's no indication of where the proceeds could go. palin said the event i
. >> a baptism of fire. it is one of the biggest crises they have seen. valerie wants to see for herself what their real needs are. politics is never far away. some people say their firms have been -- their firms have been flooded. >> the key has got to be that we save as many lives as possible. >> the long-term economic future depends on canals designed to control the flow of water. aid is crucial to saving lives here. in the long term, the mainly rural economy will depend on better management of the country's water. >> the american pastor who has been threatening to burn copies of the chiron -- koran says he has canceled his planned. a bitter twist in the philippines bus hostage crisis. an investigation suggests some of the victims have been shot by the police. public transport in el salvador has been disrupted by a third successive day by a strike ordered byron -- ordered by a criminal street game. the new law would make membership in the gay and a criminal offense. -- in the game in a criminal offense. -- gang a criminal offense. >> it was enough to bring most public transport to a halt.
. his daughter, 23-year-old preschool teacher valerie hamilton was found murdered in charlotte, north carolina, three days after she left a tavern with a man identified as michael harvey, a convicted sex offender. today, valerie's father, a suburban charlotte police chief, did plead on "good morning america" for help finding harvey. >> she was a perfect daughter. and i miss her. and i need justice for her. and i need -- i need folks to be looking for this guy. >> reporter: hours later, during the day, federal agents captured harvey in niagara falls, new york. he offered no resistance. >>> and we follow up now on our story last week so many of you wrote us about. steve wompler who has cerebral palsy. he decided to rock climb, pulling himself up the 3,000 foot tall el capitan in yosemite park. every pull of the rope raised steve just five inches. he did it. he reached the top. >> it was six days of just absolute torture. and i would say awe inspiring too. >> and when it was over, more than a few good men, marines, climbed to the top to carry steve down. and hundreds of you did write in.
. hundreds attended funeral services for 23-year-old valerie hamilton tuesday as the man accused of killing her appeared in a new york state courtroom. good morning, tom. >> reporter: meredith, good morning to you, that man accused of killing valerie hamilton is expected to be brought back here to the charlotte area soon. the investigation is focusing on several places including the storage facility where hamilton's body was discovered and now more questions about the cause of death. meryl hamilton and his family arrived at the funeral for the law man's daughter behind a police escort. joining them at the church were family, friends and hundreds of law enforcement officers, passing treats lined with purple ribbons, they came to mourn and remember 23-year-old valerie hamilton, the police chief's daughter who wanted to work with children. >> people all over the nation are people that supported the chief. he's a good chief and we have all just been heart broken for him. >> reporter: after a nationwide manhunt, 34-year-old michael neil harvey was arrested monday charged with hamilton's murder.
of who is chief of staff, valerie jarrett is the most keyed in powerful important person at the white house right now. did that surprise you reading that? it didn't surprise us? >> no, it didn't. there's no question valerie has access to the president. she has the ear of the president. she has the trust of the president. she's right inside. i don't know if you can do a hierarchy of who is most powerful. there are people you put at the top of the list. valerie would be on it, david axelrod. >> if access is power, then valerie has got it. she's the most powerful person there, right? she's got the most access to the president politically and also -- >> guess what? >> personally when they go on trips, he calls him barack. they're friends. >> what i haulz heard is that valerie and rahm was like that. one of the problems rahm was having is valerie, the two of them don't see eye to eye and that valerie is the one that has the president's ear more than anybody else. >> first of all, i don't know i would say valerie has it more than anyone else. she certainly has it. i don't think anyone else
-old valerie hamilton. it's in concord, north carolina, where her father is the police chief. >> these eyes, a and her mama's eyes, she was perfect. >> the chief broke down at a vigil held for valerie. earlier the prime suspect in hamilton's murder waived extradition at a hearing in upstate new york where he was arrested on monday. clint van zandt joins us over the phone. >> caller: sure, tamron. >> this is another individual who served time for assault. he faced jail time before, and now he's accused of murdering this young girl, dumping her body, the details are unbelievable. this is something with a violent that's back on the streets. >> currently it costs about $37,000 a year to keep an offender in jail, in prison. somehow in this country we have to identify repeat offenders. this guy, as you suggest, he had a long record. not just for sex offenses, drug offenses, weapons, breaging and entering. shoplifting. it goes on, possession and selling heroin. it went on and on. somehow, you know, if we had the magic ability to, we need to identify those repeat offenders that are going to hurt pe
blew valerie plame's cover, scooter libby, finally speaks out on the greatest injustice thus far, namely what happened to scooter libby, next. first get out your pitch forks and time for tonight's worst persons in the world. in china, she has sued 200 residents after a street accident. i was walking on the foot path under the building and suddenly a heavy object hit my head she says. i remember nothing afterwards. the heavy object was in fact a falling cat. she needed hospitalization and then sued everybody in the apartment building. by the way the cat was killed in the fall thus validating the old cliche' about not being able to swing one without hitting someone. one would hope all 200 people in the apartment sued her for killing the cat with her head. runners up, sister bendy straws and father flana-glenn. what are theรง two whackiest sne oil salesmen doing? performing together in public in anchorage to, in palin's words, commemorate 9/11. by getting you to spend $225 for a prime location in their hall and a meet and greet, $73.75 for the cheap seats. at least it goes to a goo
of shape after he lied to the fbi and grand jury about his role in outing cia agent valerie plame. >> that absurd political witch hunt that you were subjected to during the valerie plame case. your sentence was commuted but you never did, in fact, get a pardon. are you still hopeful that eventually you might get a pardon? >> well, monica, i worked 13 years, maybe 12, something like that, for the federal government in national security. i learned two things from this. one is, the world's not just. and the second is, it doesn't do a lot of good to whine. >> you are a class act, scooter libby. and had monica crowley been president of the united states, you would have gotten that pardon. >> was that an announcement? the damon ka crowley gets elected president is the day i pack my bags and go to the lodge in canada and never return. monica, i know you're not real deep, but calling a convicted felon who outed a cia agent a class act is outrageous "psycho talk." >>> coming up, a psycho church is stacking up the korans, getting out the matches, and endangering american troops. so i want t
. >> reporter: harvey was wanted in the murder of 23-year-old valerie hamilton, a preschool teacher and a swim instructor. she's the daughter of the police chief of concord, north carolina. hours before harvey's capture the chief appeared on "good morning america" with a plea. >> she was the perfect daughter and i miss her. and i need justice for her. >> reporter: valerie hamilton was last seen alive last week at a charlotte bar. police say she left the bar with harvey. her body was found saturday in a rented storage unit. hours after the arrest, purple ribbons went up in the victim's hometown, a tribute to the police chief's daughter. >> it's not going to bring his daughter back. but he is certainly relieved that this man's been caught so he can't hurt somebody else. >> reporter: police in niagara falls found the white suv harvey may have been driving burned near a shopping center. harvey grew up in niagara falls and was arrested blocks from his grandmother's house. family members say he's innocent. >> i just want the news media to leave me alone. >> reporter: that's little consolation to the
, at least on an interim basis. adviser and close obama family friend valerie jarrett is another strong contender. >> we'll see what decisions need to be made based on decisions that the current chief of staff might make. >> reporter: family issues appear to be the sticking point for emanuel. his wife and children only recently moved to washington with the kids starting in an area school just three weeks ago. staff shake-ups are nothing new. bill clinton changed chief of staffs four times during his presidency. but the timing of this possible announcement is not ideal. the white house is readying a final push for midterm elections just five weeks away, and still trying to kick-start the economy with the president's approval ratings continue to sag. and if emanuel has decided to run for mayor of chicago, he must act quickly. the filing date for next year's primary is november 22nd. betty, back to you. >> tara mergener joining us live in washington. thank you. rahm emanuel's boss is on the road. president obama is in new mexico this morning, the first stop on a four-state campaign swing.
authorities to him? >> reporter: well the victim, valerie hamilton was last seen early wednesday morning leaving a bar with a man. the security camera at the bar shows her leaving with a man matching michael neal harvey's describes. based on harvey's long rap shoet and sex offender status police were suspicious from the get go. they searched his charlotte area home, they searched an economy motel where witnesses believed that he had stayed last week until checking out on friday. and it was a day later on saturday that that he found the young woman's body in a selfstorage unit in charlotte, jon. jon: it's such a sad story. tell us a little bit more about this young lady and her family. >> reporter: eye all accounts she was a very outgoing friendly loved woman who loved kids. she worked at a place that gave swimming lessons to very young children. she was also very close to her family by all accounts. she apparently talked to her father by phone at least once a day, and now they are dad, the police chief has the heartbreaking task of seeking answers in a murder case that obviously hits ver
care. people have taken refuge on riverbanks trying to regain some sort of normality. valerie want to see for herself what the real needs of these people are. for many, the struggle is too hard. mosquitoes are breeding in floodwaters, spreading fever and disease. politics is never far away. some people say their farms have been sacrificed to save well- connected landowners further downstream. >> i am not concerning myself with those rumors that this point in time because the key has got to be that we save as many lives as possible. >> pakistan's agriculture and its long-term economic future depends on an elaborate future -- elaborate system of irrigation. aid coordinated by the united nations is crucial. the rural economy will depend on better management of water. bbc news, southern pakistan. >> the latest headlines for you, a recruitment bonanza for al qaeda, says president obama. he warned a florida pastor to drop plans to burn the koran to commemorate 9/11. a twist in the story of the boss hostage crisis. an investigation suggests some of the victims might have been shot by poli
is in the custody of u.s. marshalls. he's a register sex offender and police believe he killed 23- year-old valerie hamilton, the daughter of police chief merle hamilton. she is seen leaving a restaurant with a man police believe is harvey. her body was found on saturday in a storage unit. he was arrested today in niagara falls. >>> d.c. school chancellor michelle rhee went on oprah today to advocate school reform like the kind she's implemented here in the district. she's featured in the new movie waiting for superman, it's a documentary about the poor state of the country's public schools. meanwhile speculation said she will be moving on if and when vincent gray takes over as mayor. bruce johnson is here with the latest on who is coming and who is going, following city hall and mayor fenty's defeat last week. >> that's right. and all bets are that michelle rhee won't stick around beyond the transition period. and others the fenty administration is looking for work today. >> reporter: pulling up the resume file. it's being seen in every corner of the d.c. government office buildings today. the fen
and we hope we can adorn in some of your businesses. valerie is our marketing consultants, who is helping us to put together these concepts, so this may be the poster that we have asked merchants to a door in their store, too, again, as she said, to encourage people to stay in school, and if they need resources to go back to school, to refer them to the center. if not the posters, she has also helped us to develop a sticker that may be along side your visa-mastercard. this is to support the arts and their education. we would like to come back and provide more information, or we look forward to meeting with you to find out how we might incorporate small businesses and to our campaign to get the word out to young people and their families to further their education and stay in school. thank you. president yee riley: vice president clyde, you have something? vice president clyde: you have the address? >> yes, this is for the city and county of san francisco. we have counselors, again both academic counselors. dot yes. -- yes. they keep for having this. >> and one thing i do want to add it is
the safest place to put it now it is home where it belongs. valerie clear who has rung the bell for 20 years since she was a teen couldn't be happier. >> we were almost in tears. it is polished and shiny. >> we've heard, where is the bell. we are happy to tell them the bell is back. >> hopefully the bell will be back to work very soon ringing the audiences in and out of the play here right now "chicago." almost 200 seats filled to capacity. the audience is ecstatic the bell has been returned. >> they have terrific productions there. thanks, rhea. >>> if you purchased a premade sandwich at walmart it could contain tainted meat. samples tested positive for a dangerous bacteria. the sandwiches were sold under the name grab and go and have use by dates of august 20th through september 10th. no illnesses have been reported at this point. >>> a state of emergency in new zealand's second largest city. remarkably only two people suffered serious injuries. no one died. shelters have been set up and a cur few is in place to replace people from going near the buildings damaged in the quake. >>> investi
mother valerie who helped organize the benefit. >> we just ran with it, was a career when he watches at one stage may be some microphones of food. it would become a " house of lies. so we to start asking friends and family. it was amazing the response was unbelievable. the beds >> the event has all the trappings of high school principal including a fun texas- based bating. some of the local businesses were also on his mind to donate time goes to the charitable cause. the main attraction was the music with a full line of them musicians who played all afternoon. musicians were inspired to perform by the spirits of a co-worker who live near the explosion site. >> to comply, to be in the part of services. this bill will good. a >> your online donations and the event on sunday corrina said they will have raised around $12,000 to donate to the lions club for december no fire victims. >> we have an entire section of a website that this set aside for the gasoline explosion. you could find out more about this investigation and how you could help by just for the kron4 on. >> here is a beautifu
crew, valerie jarrett, david axlerod will leave to run the presidential reelect effort and david plouff comes from the campaign and what about the internal mixing of people. >> i think that pete rouse is the most beloved of the three candidates you just showed he is kind of, the best light inside and considered the best kind of stabilizing force of the insiders. the chief of staff for the vice-president is not in the inner, inner, inner circle of the obamaites and donlan is fairly new, too. i think of those people pete rouse is clearly the top candidate for insiders. >> bret: is there any advance valerie jarrett would be. >> i don't think so, she doesn't seem to have expressed any interest in it. and you know, i think that the big question is does he think he needs to look outside for any reason? and right now, we're not seeing any indication that the president thinks that way, but after november, things might look different. >> bret: did you want to give your cell phone number. >> there's one democrat in this country that knows a lot how to save an administration after you lose congres
the executive vice president of ccx. valerie jar -- valerie jarrett was the former director. >> usually you don't need foundation funding there is usually plenty of private money because there is usually lots of profit in trading commodities. carbon is different because we are going to make that market artificially. >> sean: in 2006 ccx was acquired by plc then acquired in july of this year by intercontinental exchange for approximately 600 million dollars. among those who may have benefited financially? sandor who owned 17% of shares. al gore's company and goldman sachs which at one point owned as much as 10%. >> there's a lot of green to be made being green. >> reporter: despite arguments in favor of a cap and trade system many maintain not only is a bad idea also nearly impossible to implement. climatologists and former nasa scientist dr. spencer says the energy technology necessary to make a large scale switch from fossil fuels to not -- does not yet exist. >> you cannot legislate new forms of energy into existence. sean dr. spencer argues the climate system is less sensitive to co 2 than m
that the president has. valerie jarrett is talked about and she is somebody who is close not just to the president but the first lady. i'm hearing the other names i mentioned are more likely. valerie jarrett likes where she is right now and feels she is valuable to the president in that role. i think it's hard to overstate what a monumental loss this will be for the president because rahm emanuel is the glue here. he has been controversial and some liberals think he has moved president to far to the center. look at wall street reform, stimulus and has an impressive record he got done for this president. the big question now is how will he do it back in chicago. one source close to him said the polling he did recently was better than expected. the emanuel camp believes. we will see. they are feeling good he has a good shot at this. >>> thank you. coming back to chicago pretty much ending speculation that rahm emanuel will run for mayor of chicago. and thank you so much for that. we appreciate it. allison? >>> is it time for our lunch break and our guest chef today is andrew zimmerman from sepia re
's daughter. 23-year-old valerie hamilton's body was discovered over the weekend. her funeral takes place today. with more, here's yunji de nies. >> reporter: concord police chief, merl hamilton, was overcome with grief, as he and family lit candles for the daughter he called val. >> that was our song. >> reporter: hundreds gathered to remember the 23-year-old swim coach and student who simply shined. >> i never had a friend show me and care for me the way that valerie did. >> reporter: valerie was found dead in a storage locker on sunday. she was last seen leaving a local bar with 34-year-old ni e michael neil harvey. >> i want to ask, robin, my law enforcement brothers and sisters across the country, to help me with this. all-get out there and find this guy for me. when it comes back my way, i'll pay you back. >> reporter: just hours later, fbi and u.s. marshalls arrested harvey, allegedly high on heroin, hundreds of miles away in his hometown of nigra falls. >> we fortunately got a tip. and that tip was successful. >> reporter: police have still not said how valerie died and whether s
of the show going to be here. from the white house we'll have seen your adviser valerie jarrett, senator john thun, eric kantor and all the young guns are going to be right here. >> so handsome. >> we can't wait for that. >> i wonder if their teeth will glimmer. >> they are being very nice to come on the show. mike ban cal, pat buchanan, gene robinson, jonathan capehart and a swarm of people all over the place. i'll be participating in a 3k walk to promote active lifestyles, showing everybody that it's -- >> that's our route. >> look at this, how cool is this. do you think you'll make it all the way around. >> i have to say, mike barnacle, they say it's never too late to be healthy. i think in my case and your case, it's too late. >> the only good thing about this route we just saw is that down at the end, joe, because the top of the food mere mid for us, coke and fries down at the ends. >> i love it. >> a healthy brunch. >> i've asked louis to get you one of those -- >> a segue. >> you're not riding a segue. you're walking. mark halprin, how fascinating that democrats seem to be willing to c
department is in a state of shock because this time the victim was family. valerie hamill's disappearance was different than most, she was the police chief's daughter. so monday night in concord, they closed the streets and opened their hearts to chief meryl hamilton and his family at a candle light vigil outside the police station. meryl's daughter valerie was last seen leaving the charlotte tavern wednesday night, surveillance tapes show she wasn't alone. >> bartenders or anyone that was working go downtown and help photo i.d. people. >> over the weekend, the worse possible news for the police chief and everybody who knew valerie, her body was found in a storage unit. police began a nationwide search for michael neil harvey, a convicted sex offender. chief hamilton called upon police departments across the country to help find harvey. harvey was arrested in his hometown of ni gag are falls. this case is very much an open and active investigation. >> hearts are always heavy at a death in the community. but never here has there been one that hit so close to home for law enforcement. the s
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